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Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #sephardic

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #yizkorbooks

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Sephardic SIG #Sephardim Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #sephardic

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Yizkor Books #YizkorBooks Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #yizkorbooks

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #dna

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #germany

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #latvia

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #scandinavia

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


DNA Research #DNA Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #dna

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


German SIG #Germany Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #germany

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Latvia SIG #Latvia Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #latvia

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Scandinavia SIG #Scandinavia Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #scandinavia

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Danzig/Gedansk SIG #Danzig #Gdansk #Germany #Poland Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #danzig #gdansk #germany #poland

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Germany Has Agreed To One Time Payments for Survivors of Kindertransport #germany

JewishGen German Research Division Coordinator
 

The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims Conference)
said the German government had agreed to payments of 2,500 euros ($2,800) to
those still alive >from among the 10,000 people who fled on the so-called
"Kindertransport." This year is the 80th anniversary of the Kindertransport
bringing children to Britain >from Nazi Germany and elsewhere in Europe.

It is estimated that about 1,000 survivors are alive today. About half of
the survivors are alive in Britain with some resettled in the United States,
Israel, Canada, Australia and elsewhere. There were about 10,000 children
from Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia and Poland taken to Britain of which
7,500 were Jewish.

For almost all the cases, the parents who remained behind were murdered in
concentration camps. It was after Kristallnacht that the British
government agreed to allow an unspecified number of children as refugees
from Nazi Germany or its annexed territories. The first such transport
arrived in Harwich on December 2, 1938, with the last leaving Germany on
September 1, 1939 the day that World War ll broke out; and the final
transport >from continental Europe left the Netherlands on May 14, 1940, the
same day Dutch forces surrendered to the Nazis.

According to the Claims Conference, "the German payment is an acknowledgement
that this was a traumatic, horrible thing that happened to them."

Since 1952 the German government has paid more than $80 billion to individuals
for suffering and losses resulting of persecution by the Nazis.

To read more see:
https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2018/12/17/world/europe/ap-eu-jewish-claims-children.html
[MOD. NOTE: shortened URL - https://goo.gl/2HgV7J ]

I have no further information. If you need more information contact the Claims
Conference, although at the time of this posting there is nothing about the
payment to Kindertransport survivors listed. http://www.claimscon.org/

Thankjs to IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


German SIG #Germany Germany Has Agreed To One Time Payments for Survivors of Kindertransport #germany

JewishGen German Research Division Coordinator
 

The Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany (Claims Conference)
said the German government had agreed to payments of 2,500 euros ($2,800) to
those still alive >from among the 10,000 people who fled on the so-called
"Kindertransport." This year is the 80th anniversary of the Kindertransport
bringing children to Britain >from Nazi Germany and elsewhere in Europe.

It is estimated that about 1,000 survivors are alive today. About half of
the survivors are alive in Britain with some resettled in the United States,
Israel, Canada, Australia and elsewhere. There were about 10,000 children
from Germany, Austria, Czechoslovakia and Poland taken to Britain of which
7,500 were Jewish.

For almost all the cases, the parents who remained behind were murdered in
concentration camps. It was after Kristallnacht that the British
government agreed to allow an unspecified number of children as refugees
from Nazi Germany or its annexed territories. The first such transport
arrived in Harwich on December 2, 1938, with the last leaving Germany on
September 1, 1939 the day that World War ll broke out; and the final
transport >from continental Europe left the Netherlands on May 14, 1940, the
same day Dutch forces surrendered to the Nazis.

According to the Claims Conference, "the German payment is an acknowledgement
that this was a traumatic, horrible thing that happened to them."

Since 1952 the German government has paid more than $80 billion to individuals
for suffering and losses resulting of persecution by the Nazis.

To read more see:
https://www.nytimes.com/aponline/2018/12/17/world/europe/ap-eu-jewish-claims-children.html
[MOD. NOTE: shortened URL - https://goo.gl/2HgV7J ]

I have no further information. If you need more information contact the Claims
Conference, although at the time of this posting there is nothing about the
payment to Kindertransport survivors listed. http://www.claimscon.org/

Thankjs to IAJGS Public Records Access Monitoring Committee


Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #usa

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Early American SIG #USA Recognizing Michael Tobias for His Work #usa

Avraham Groll
 

Dear JewishGen Volunteers, Colleagues, and Community Members,

Thanks in large part to the steadfast work of our dedicated and expert
community, JewishGen.org has seen another year of remarkable growth,
community development, and new resources.

As the year comes to a close, I am writing in the hope that you'll
join me in thanking Michael Tobias for his phenomenal service to our
beloved organization. At the end of this month, Michael will leave
JewishGen as a full-time staff member. However, as many of you know,
his work will have a lasting impact.

For more than two decades, as a volunteer and then as a full-time
staff member, Michael has made critical contributions to both
JewishGen and the broader Jewish genealogical community. The
historical databases that he innovated and developed have allowed
JewishGen to take our place as the largest digital repository for
Jewish family history information in the world.

Our databases, which currently contain more than 30 million Jewish
records, have helped reconnect thousands of Jewish families and
inspired them to consider what it means to be part of the Jewish
people. Many meaningful family reunions -- including those of Holocaust
survivors and their families -- have resulted >from Michael's passion
and dedication.

Thank you, Michael, for supporting the mission that we all hold dear --
preserving our Jewish family history and heritage for future
generations.

Avraham Groll
Director
JewishGen.org


Memorial book of Jewishd doctors excluded from Berlin'sHealth service #germany

Yvonne Stern
 

A memorial book was recently published on the nearly 450 Jewish
doctors working in Berlin's health system and expelled >from working,
in consequence of the "Berufsbeamtengesetz", the "Law for the
Restoration of the Professional", of April 4th, 1933

Book details;
Susanne Doetz , Christoph Kopke
"und duerfen das Krankenhaus nicht mehr betreten"
(and are not allowed to enter the hospital anymore)
Hentrich und Hentrich Verlag Berlin
ISBN 978-4-95565-031-5

I have no affiliation with the authors or with the editors.
My interest in the book stems >from the fact that since 1827 (that is,
190 years ago) there have always been doctors in my family
including the pediatrician quoted in the book.

Yvonne Stern, Rio de Janeiro - Brasil yvonne.stern17@gmail.com


German SIG #Germany Memorial book of Jewishd doctors excluded from Berlin'sHealth service #germany

Yvonne Stern
 

A memorial book was recently published on the nearly 450 Jewish
doctors working in Berlin's health system and expelled >from working,
in consequence of the "Berufsbeamtengesetz", the "Law for the
Restoration of the Professional", of April 4th, 1933

Book details;
Susanne Doetz , Christoph Kopke
"und duerfen das Krankenhaus nicht mehr betreten"
(and are not allowed to enter the hospital anymore)
Hentrich und Hentrich Verlag Berlin
ISBN 978-4-95565-031-5

I have no affiliation with the authors or with the editors.
My interest in the book stems >from the fact that since 1827 (that is,
190 years ago) there have always been doctors in my family
including the pediatrician quoted in the book.

Yvonne Stern, Rio de Janeiro - Brasil yvonne.stern17@gmail.com

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